Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 5, 1969 · Page 14
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ly FRANK lOLLE EEK ft MEEK Wf HOWIE SCHNEIDER Redlonds Daily Fods 14-Wednedoy. Ater. 5, 1969^ George Woods fluits track forNa SPOUTS Optim'Bls to sponsor swim relays _ Relays wffl be stijH fcr th« H II /*«^M«iAM«» ltfnAJ»l#C> [eleventh strai^t year Saturday Bell baraens RIIOCIB I ^^STT^^ T JblV istutt DlMM<» Alll' AV I ^IF Champkmship troplries wiU be •ulrDS Dill III l*ll Si ^oi in three divirions and for Villi** ^" "^"^ three pUces with fifteen KhooU BeU Canleas Uncere dioppedifer coach Kent Hajden and his; expected to participate this year, y^alp. Mih ThuBd «bWi ootJT Birds jrt»eiidrfin MCond;prriimto,ries wiD begin at 9:30 I LONG BEACH. CaM. <UPI)- Gconce Woods. «i» won a sil\-cr medal for the United States in! the shot put at the Mexico CHy' Olympics, has quH track andi field. The former Southern lllinan athlete will attempt to become] a member of the SL Loais; Cardfauls of the Xatioaal Football Leasuc. | ......r. • , , „ . .r » "He-s very determined." his'of the CIF basketball ll^^ . HJT ^^ iJt? » «• «id Tmals at 1:30 p.m. Sat- The *'^,2S3d ''woods. who »he Redlands Hish gym last.^ c. finished second to Randy Crow 5 Matsoo at last year's Olympic' Coach Kent Hayden's Thunder- Crewse s Games, is dririne back to St. birfs feU behind at the start and Saley » Ujuls. wxoidmc to Tom Jenkv^^ipile a rally in the first quar-jj"^ 5 "He plaonm for four >-oars U ^^f to Uke a IM lead, the Lan- fjeilsoB i::::::::: 4 make our 1968 Olympic team ccrs were ahead at the end of, Evans 1 and then take a crack at pro the period. The taller Lancers Mirando 2 *'S^''" .{"T*.*^- , maintained their lead after the , ^ Woods, the No. 2 shot putter ..^ v..,.,i™ «..ih..r<i it,r,.,«h. Totals 34 in the world last year with an''"'' ^""^^^ Yueataa (11) G all-time best of 68 feel. 1-4 inch. «« rcmamder of the tussle. „UrSJ^ ' wa his third straight National | The T-Birds played their best Hum 2 AAU Indoor liUe at PhBadelphia baU in the middle of the first Waller'";';;!!!!!;; 4 fal 'u.e"*^^"'' """^^period with their spurt which 4 AecordtoTto Jennings. the'««* tl«n from an M defidl io'^^^ J 1968 Southern Illinois graduate U>e IM margin. Bnt the lan-ljnn^ 1 bom Sikestoa. Mo., will take cers. on the shooting of 6-5 for-igicw1 two n-eeks to drive to Missouri, ward Doug Crewse and 6-5 cen-j _ J J Members of the Bedlands 13 Optimist dub will act as judges 17 and timers, and will man the ^{'concession stand. Optimist Jim J Eselin is in charge of officials. 3 with Optimists John Strakcr. 3 Ralph Maloof. and Howard Repp 4 responsible for concessions. — ~ ~: Swtawning officials WaK An- 19 F. 1 2 S 1 2 1 0 2 derson of San Bernardino Val- and then go to work until H bitcr Ride Saley, zipped back for time to go to the Cardinals' the period lead. ''•^i?^ . . , At the half the BeH Gardens The decision by the 6-foot2. qui„t led 3T-22. Yncdpa cot cae S9(H)0imder to give up track, point off the Lancen lead fa the although be has not playcd.|hini period outscorinf tbam 23- football since high school, was'2; «jW«dby his Padflc Coasti ^ ^.^^ ^^ ^ %eS^ wanted «-«n.lf «»t by as many as 14 potau trate on trade Jennings saM. '\,»w ».uuij ^, Totals 24 Score by ()uarters: 14 BeU Gardens ...16 31 22 28-87 „ ley CoUege and Phil Weiney will g; handle starting and referee du- M^ties. 9 Schools entered inchide: Up- 101 land. Moreno Valley. Ramona, IjClarcmont, Riverside Poly. Pa- 2lcific. Fontana. Cbaffey. Los Al- 4 tos. Montdair. Monrovia. Alta — Loma. San Gorgonio. San Ber- 62 nardino and Rediands. Spectators are wdcome. with Yucaipa 10 12 23 17-62 a small charge being made for the afternoon finals. Pins Aamf to Fmiea hmJt I to earn some j athlete." ^in cSS^^^ta the second half. Yucaipa ral-! ,J^^,„ "f^iTi,^ money as an ,„„^.. of three periods the T-Birds' 'SS^mt (SS^)** I Woods, who was a fullback at| 5WS. I {iS^JSJSH S A?l?rK_ iSikcslon High Sdiool. wiU try' The Lancers Saley wa* high' »^-w»««»«J out with St Louis as an P»int man for the game with. BS«mbout «H«vvw.5it , offensive guard. He wtm't give O. Wlicn the T-Birds threatened.! »Rebel (coJL) ^7 ^Unipl« , up hi« amateur sutus when he Sale}- ripped off 10 of the next goes to camp since he didn't 12 points to boost his team out receive a bonus. to a 71.51 lead with just three' isiTi^ "Even if the Cardinals don't minutes on the dodc p*intiiic.etc ISConsteUatian 15 Eternity 16 Periods I IT Lettuce Charily stxk car race set at Orange Show Jack Roberts, the perennial keep him on the rosier they can't help but keep him on the taxi squad because of his potential, though," Jennings remarked. Woods' career best came in the final Olympic Trials at South Lake Tahoc. CalU.. Sept. 10. 1968. He beat Matson that day. . Woods ranks as the third best 'shot putter of all time behind; ^ ^Mats^ the <a-Tcxas A&M^b ^Vj-^ao/'u^ii ^a^;'^';; stnmgboy. and former Or^n speedway in San Bernardino. ..tandoul .NMI Stetnhauer. Mat- be out to change his image ; son holds the world record of gunday. Man* 9th at 4:15 !'1 .^^."'^f P™- when the NASCAR sports, had his troubles in U68 and ^d „a„ j,ock cars roar onto t h e I team, his a best of 68-11 U. d„rti, the National Or-! F j He never seemed to get the l„Z show. ; recognitioa be deserved, though. _ _ , , _„^,. „j.- •because be competed under the 7*S?**^L^' I massive.shadow of Matson. °^ " leeondi The loss ended a fine season: SSSSSTpin 22- Bufta- a4QuaUty affcctinc taste 280fahunan croup SOYuciaUv river 3IHcad(dpin 32B<stawi 33Girrsnanie 34Takcraserly 35 Catches sight of 48 Simple substance 50 Within (prefix) 51 Pivot pin (luctih.) 52Wht >nsuble DOWN' 1 Indonesian island 2Inclincdto mimic SObuins 4 Sicmoid curve 9 Blood formatiOB 10 Fowl (pL) UTyndaicus' wife (myth.) 27 Ethiopian IMa 28Muskal syllable 29-DisaKuaAer 32 Color (vwO 34COIIMB1 12Jofgfaig pacts 38«Tpivh nrnti ITCrorobustibIa Saurgtbird mineral SSYoncn's UBraziliaa capKal macaws 40Feteoiata 20Containefs slowly 210neoftwo 41Gadniii"s books of Old husband Testament 42Frenchcily SCityinFrance 23 White poplars 44StarfKet SFridionwith 2SShowsexact 46Faroff pressure location (comb. Zona) 'Preposition 26 Canadian 47SpIidaspja SEuroDcan province (ab.) 49 Mount (ah.) • for two years at the Pacific to wm a main event at ROMN MALONE 9f lob Ubben Coast Club. He moved I Southern California from Midwest hi ApriL IS67. SOVIETS. CERIMNS SCORE ,g the San Bcmardfaw smokepath. the Also on hand for the spccdfcst will be champioa Ray Johnstone; of San Bernardino. Gene Riniker^b^ of Riverside. Don Prather of Highland. George Duradc of Ea- LAim. Finland (UPI)—Rus- S'e Bock and John Hren of sia. East and West Germany Bloomington. dominated the Salpausselkae More than TO sportsman cars Ski Games here Sunday. , will be on band for time trials The Smiel team won the 50 at 2:90 p .m. kilemrten and the 10 Ufaime- HM bobby diviskm nieciisters br ten CRMS country races whOewili vie for auto raehig ftme East Germany took the special'and fortune OB Salwday. March Od jump and West Germany 8 at 3:15 p .m. preceded by tfane won the combined event I trials at 1:30 pjB.

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